As news spread of a gunman opening fire at a midnight showing of “Dark Knight Rises” in an Aurora, Colo. movie theater in early Friday morning, killing at least 12 people, Hollywood reacted via their Twitter accounts.
Ellen DeGeneres wrote, "The news from Denver is just devastating. My heart is with the families affected by this senseless tragedy."
Olivia Munn, whose film "Magic Mike" is also in theaters now, echoed Evans' sentiment. "My sincerest condolences to the victims and families in Colorado. So sad, so mindless," she tweeted.
Talk show host and dance superstar Ellen DeGeneres surprised viewers everywhere with an unannounced appearance on Thursday's finale of "So You Think You Can Dance."
Ellen, who loves to bust a move daily on her own show, agreed to dance alongside tWitch in place of Alex Wong, who left the competition early due to a ruptured Achilles tendon.
Check out Ellen's impressive dancing!
Bethenny Frankel is teaming up with talk show queen Ellen DeGeneres for a daytime project of her own: “Bethenny.”
“Extra’s” Mario Lopez caught up with Frankel and executive producer Ellen to talk about President Obama, Bethenny’s marriage and what’s in store for the new show.
Watch the interview!
Tune in on June 11 to watch the premiere of “Bethenny” on FOX. Find out when it’s on near you.
TV personality Ellen DeGeneres welcomed pop star Justin Bieber today to perform his hit "Boyfriend," and threw him a last-minute surprise graduation!
Watch how Ellen celebrates Bieber's rite of passage via diploma, podium and cap-and-gown!
"I still love her as a human being, but sometimes when you're in a relationship, I suppose it doesn't work out, does it? But that doesn't mean I regret it or anything. I was very happy to be married with her. She's such a beautiful human being and I just have only love and positivity for her."
DeGeneres said, “What an amazing day for our country. President Obama just came out in support of same sex marriage. And I say, wow, wow. There have been moments in history when someone has had the courage to stand up for what they believe in and that one action changes everything. I hope that this is one of those times. It takes a brave man to take a stand like this especially in an election year. Mr. President, to you, I say, thank you, very, very much."
Check it out!
For other omitted Ellen scenes from “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” and “Titanic,” go to “The Ellen DeGeneres” show website!